I worked on the all the wood grain and a few decorative finishes in this historical Georgetown townhome back in 2008 with designer Therese Baron-Gurney. Beautiful home!
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Hand painted Wood grain on door in home office. A solution to a previously shark-white door that stuck-out like a sore thumb.
WASHINGTON DC -P Street
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Hand painted Wood grain on door in home office.
WASHINGTON DC -P Street
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Hand painted Wood grain on door in home office.
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Wood grain on small display boxes.
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Wood grain on display box
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Metallic Glaze
“tiling behind toilet” — slu709
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Wood grain on door to match existing kitchen cabinetry.
WASHINGTON DC -P Street
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Wood grain on door to match existing kitchen cabinetry.
WASHINGTON DC -P Street
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Wood grain on door to match existing kitchen cabinetry.
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